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railman

(ˈreɪlmən)
n, pl -men
(Railways) a male worker on a railway
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"The railmen's unions, defying their leaders and ignoring their appeals 'not to spoil the first summer holiday of the year,' decided at York last night to continue the Sundays-only strike in the Eastern and North Eastern regions today.
A jury took just eight minutes to find both railmen guilty of culpable homicide due to gross neglect of their duties.
Railmen failed to offer any considerable resistance against their superior opponents who dominated them from the start of the match.
Three field goals by Waji-ul-Hassan in the 16th, 17th and 45th minutes respectively further strengthened the position of Railmen.
The memorial at Cardiff Central railway station lists only the names of railmen who fell.
Hannan blasted third goals in 53rd minutes to make railmen struggled throughout the match.
As they took on bottomplaced Services in Group B, the railmen moved at a snail's pace scoring 85 runs while losing five wickets in the 40 overs that were possible as bad light affected the opening day at the Jamia Millia Islamia Sports Complex.
Chairman of a new railmen' trade union, Vitaly Giorgadze, told BLACK SEA PRESS reporter on November 14.
This led to even more collisions--some with consequences for the railmen themselves.
Stark words taken from a newspaper report 50 years ago as it informed readers of the devastation following a train crash which claimed the lives of three railmen at the tiny Knowle & Dorridge railway station.
I begin to understand why some railmen left the job when steam was phased out in the 60s.